Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 29, 1974 · Page 8
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May 29, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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NprthwK* ArfcanM* TIMES, W«d., May 29, 1974 rAvrrrcviLLi. AHKANM* Mrs. Greer's Home Is Scene For DAR Meeting (TTMESphofo by Ray Cray) :·' NEW DAR OFFICERS ''.. Mrs. Ahem, retiring regent, falfcs with Mrs. Donaubauer, new regent, and Mrs. Dulan, incoming first vice regent, left-right, at the recent meeting of Morion Chapter, DAR . Engagement Told f SILOAM SPRINGS -- The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Lola Marie Hon to James Wi'moth has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Homer lion of Siloam Springs. His parents are Mrs. Daisy Wilmoth of Siloam Springs and Ralph Wilmoth of Decatur. Wedding rites will be solemnized on July 5. Senior Volunteers To Be Recognized Senior volunteers of Washington County will be honored at a recognition service to be held 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday at Agri Park. The event is sponsored by Washington County Retired Senior Volunteter Program (RSVP). A program including group singing entertainment and refreshments is planned. All RSVP volunteers who have served in the program anc persons interested in contri buting volunteer service are invited to attend. Additional information may be obtained by calling 751-3751 Mrs. Rebecca Williams and J 0. Kelly are co-chairman of the event. Officers were Installed at the Thursday meeting of Marion Chap:er of the Daughters of the American Revolution, in the home of Mrs. Richard Grcer. Mrs. E. H. Donaubaucr was installed as the nesy regent, succeeding Mrs. Edwin Ahren. Other officers installed in ceremonies conducted by the hostess were Mrs. Harold Dulan, first vice regent and Mrs. Don- a'icl McGinnis, second vice regent. Mrs. Ahern conducted the business meeting during which Mrs. George Yost of Prairie Grove presented the chapter awards by the National Society. The chapter received a gold award for excellence and an award for 100 percent participation by members in the society's bicentennial gift to the nation. Mrs. Alex Ginder of Springdale was introduced as a new member. Fatal Accident' JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -Artist M. Rhama, 63, of Lake :ity died Tuesday ot a hospital here of injuries received Tues- lay when the car in which he was riding was struck broad- ide by a truck near Caraway Craighead County). Stale Poice said. Four persons were injured in he accident. Trooper W. S. McMillen of the State Police said the accident occurred when the pickup :ruck, driven by Wenzel E. Gruner of Memphis, Tenn., apparently was unable to stop at a stop sign, slid through nn intersection and struck the car in which Rhama was riding. Mary L o u i s e Matthews vocalist and guitarist presented a program of songs of (he revolution. She was introduced by Mrs. Donaubeauer and dedicated her first selection to Mrs. Ahern and Mrs. A. V. Casper. Miss Matthews served the two as convention page. Mrs. Ahern and Mrs. Casper served punch and coffee at the refreshment table and Mrs. J I. Smith was assistant hostess. No Slivers Cut a rubber ball in half ant pack each with steel wool pads Saves getting slivers of th steel wool in your fingers a vou use because you hold b; the back of the ball half. Pre-Med Scholar Anne Bryan Hucke, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Hucke, plans to enter pre-med studies at the University of Arkansas under a scholarship from that institution. Bryan, a member of the 1974 class at Fayetteville High School, has .been a member of the school choir, the National Honor Society, Language Club, American Field Service Clnh and Mu Alpha Thefa, and was named to Who's Who Among American High School Students. Tiny Travelers Fit In Drawer Dear Heloise: , We. have a tiny, tiny baby ; So sweet, so round and beautiful. My husband travels and oftentimes I go with him and we lake our "dolly." As she is in her bassinet all day, or in our lap, we like to have her freshened up at night. Know what we do? We remove one of the bureau drawers in the hotel or motel room, put a pillow from the bed in the bottom and use h e r own blankets, etc. in it. Sh» sleeps snug all night. If you put two stuffed chairs together and set the drawer in them, she is easy to reach. Please pass this onto those who travel with babies. Love Mother And that's just what you are. Our very own love, mother and angel. . Hclois* Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Luther Stuhhs of Berryville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty, to Thomas Edd Harris, son of Mrs. Mary Harris of Kayetteville and Marvine H a r r i s of Berryville. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martinosky, also reside in Kayetteville. Miss Stuhhs is a 1974 honor graduate of Ber- ryville High School and her fiance is a graduate of Berryville High School. He attended the School of the Ozarks and the University of Arkansas before enlisting in the U.S. Army where he is serving with the 82nd Airborne at Fort Bragg, N.C. The wedding will lake place June 1 at 7 p.m. al the Church of God Holiness in Berryville. HAVE YOU NOTICED: How a fly knows you havs a swalter and wilt hide... Ghost Jon Dear Heloise: When you have an African violet almost a foot in diameter - one and a half inches to be exact - leaves occasionally get broken o f f . When Ihis happens, I placo the leaf in a rose bud vass filled with a liquid plant food mixture and spray it daily for two to three weeks. By then; (he roots are developed and it's ready to he transplanted; a very light plant soil is best for this'. All three of my transplants are thriving. Zane Fields Dear Heloise: A paper clip is the best book mark I ever used. Tt is especially good on magazines. Never lose a place and always available. Vivian Pollard EVERY DAY AT WATSON'S EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER Banquet Frozen MEAT PIES 8 Oz. Pkg. Beef, Turkey and Chicken 18 PRIZE TAKER FLOUR 5 Lb. Bag 66 Totino's FROZEN PIZZAS 13 ] /2 Oz. Pkg. 69 Crystal White LIQUID Detergent Lge.48Oz.Btl. 59 Big Tex Unsweetened Grapefruit JUICE 46 Oz. Can Old South Frozen FRUIT COBBLERS 2 Lb. Pkg. Ranch Wagon Sreat Northern WHITE BEANS 1-Lb. Pkg. 44 Red Bud MARGARINE QUARTERS 3 1-Lb. Pkg. 1 Del Monte Light CHUNK TUNA 6 T /2 Oz. Can 49 PRODUCE DEPARTMENT Fresh CANTELOUPES U. S. No. 1 New Red POTATOES 10-Lb. Bag Home Grown YELLOW SQUASH 3i $ 1 1.49 SH fQc Lb. I* Fresh Green CABBAGE Lb. 10 Unity BATHROOM TISSUE 2-Roll Pkgs. 3 Golden Grain MACARONIA CHEESE DINNERS 7 3 /i-oz. Pkgs. 4 7 Farms SWEET PEAS 17-oz. Cans 4:99' King GOLDEN CORN 4 1-!L. Cans For HEINZ Hamburger Relish Hot Dog Relish Sweet Relish z. Jors MEAT DEPARTMENT PORK ROAST Ib. 75 PORK STEAK Ib. PORK CUTLETS Ib. r Minced SANDWICH LOAF Aliens Cut GREEN BEANS l-lb. Cans Swans Down CAKE MIXES Assorted Flavors O fioxes $1 Mile High FRUIT MIX l-lb. Cans 4i $ 1 Blackburn 16 Oz. Jar WAFFLE SYRUP 29' Banquet Frozen COOKIN BAGSSoz.pkg. 29* Unrty Giant Siz« DETERGENT Firnio*14 Oz. Pkg. VANILLA WAFERS 44* KUk* Round Box LEADER SALT 26 oz. box 10* Swtfft Pr*m 12 Or. Can LUNCHEON MEAT Z*tt M 32 Oz. Jar SALAD DRESSING 49 WHOLE PICNICS Ib. Rodeo SAUSAGE Mb. Roll Gold Bond BONELESS HAM Lb. 179 Blue Ribbon FRANKS 12 Oz. Pkg. 55 Rodeo BACON ENDS and PIECES 4-lb. Box ,39 Unity Frozen ICE MILK ALL FLAVORS GAL CTN. TOTE-EM-FREEZER FOOD STORAGE BAGS 60 CT BOX We Gladly Redeem USDA Food Stamps 48' 9 Mon. Hint Sot. -- 8 to 6 Sun. \ Prices Effecthr* Thru Saturday

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